Betty Junod

Join Us for the Docker Federal Summit on May 2nd 2017

 Docker is excited to announce that we are returning to the Newseum in Washington DC on May 2nd to host the second annual Docker Federal Summit event.  A one day event packed with breakout sessions, discussions, hands on labs and technology deep dives from Docker and our ecosystem partners.   This event is designed for federal agency developers and IT ops personnel looking to learn more about how to approach Docker containers, cloud and devops to accelerate agency IT initiatives to support critical civilian and defense missions. Government agency registration: Complimentary Industry and ecosystem partner registration is $100 Register to save your seat. Featured Speakers and Sessions Technology leaders from agencies like GSA, USCIS and JIDO will share their experiences in deploying containers to production and provide pragmatic guidance in how to approach this change from technology to process and culture. Continue reading…

Andrew.Weiss

Announcing Federal Security and Compliance Controls for Docker Datacenter

Security and compliance are top of mind for IT organizations. In a technology-first era rife with cyber threats, it is important for enterprises to have the ability to deploy applications on a platform that adheres to stringent security baselines. This is especially applicable to U.S. Federal Government entities, whose wide-ranging missions, from public safety and national security, to enforcing financial regulations, are critical to keeping policy in order. Federal agencies and many non-government organizations are dependent on various standards and security assessments to ensure their systems are operating in controlled environments. One such standard is NIST Special Publication 800-53, which provides a library of security controls to which technology systems should adhere. NIST 800-53 defines three security baselines: low, moderate, and high. The number of security controls that need to be met increases from the low to high baselines, and agencies Continue reading…